Department Head: Julie Brigham-Grette

The Department of Geosciences maintains a strong foundation in both geology and geography with an ever-increasing dedication to earth systems. We offer graduate degrees (Doctorate and Masters level) focused towards both geology and geography, and a series of undergraduate degrees and specializations in geology, geography, and earth systems. Currently, the Department has more than 25 professors dedicated to research and teaching, 15 adjunct faculty and post-docs, over 50 graduate students, and an active undergraduate population of approximately 100 majors.


Browse the Geosciences Collections:

Data for 'The magnitude of canyon-forming floods in Grand Coulee, Channeled Scablands, USA'

Geography Program Masters Theses Collection

Geosciences Datasets

Geosciences Department Dissertations Collection

Geosciences Department Faculty Publication Series

Geosciences Department Masters Theses Collection

Geosciences Graduate Student Publication Series